Miami @ Kansas City - Predicting the game to be surprisingly close, though
Atlanta @ Indianapolis - Atlanta's only average when they're not in a groove, but they'll be looking to continue their recent success against a terrible opponent.
Tampa Bay @ New Orleans - Upset alert! ...Well, it would be if Tampa didn't already win their first matchup, and New Orleans didn't lose to the Rams last week. The recipe for beating New Orleans is a good D-Line, better secondary, and the ability to make them one dimensional. Tampa can dominate time of possession and pressure Brees, while covering the Saints' main threats. Jimmy Graham will be the key; it's no coincidence that when he was held in check the Saints lost.
NY Jets @ Buffalo - Oh dear. The Jets, though they've had their share of struggles, are somewhat of an antithesis to the Bills; they have the defense to stop the Bills' offense, and the offense (though it's had its share of struggles) to score enough points to keep them ahead.
Seattle @ Dallas - Seattle outgained the Bengals by 160 yards and got blown out by 22 points... ouch. Dallas might learn to run the ball, but hopefully Romo passes for 400 yards and 4 TDs so he can win me a damned fantasy game for once
Cleveland @ Houston - Though there will be more Colt McCoy jerseys in the stands than Matt Schaub jerseys...
San Francisco @ Washington - Washington is quite literally the worst team in the league right now, without all their offensive playmakers. That is, unless you count Fred Davis as a playmaker.
Cincinnati @ Tennessee - Like the Bungles, the Titans had almost a hundred yards less than the Colts last week and won in a blowout...
Denver @ Oakland - How long until the fans turn on Tebow? Surely Brady Quinn is the answer!
NY Giants @ New England - Who'd have thought that the Giants would be 31st in yards per rush? Pats will bounce back, though their 3rd ranked offense is only mediocre
St. Louis @ Arizona - Kolb's out, Wells might be out, Bradford will probably play
Green Bay @ San Diego - Rivers rebounds, but Packers too strongth
Baltimore @ Pittsburgh - Live with the Flacco, die by the Flacco
Chicago @ Philadelphia - Vick and Cutler get all the attention, but these two teams revolve around McCoy and Forte. The Bears might be able to contain the former, but Forte will have a field day; if Cutler can remain relatively mistake free, the Bears should come out on top.